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A Tea Party for you and a guest in “The Bunker”: Tea with John Giorno, Debbie Harry, Scott Kilgour and Johnny Reinhold in William S. Burroughs’ former apartment.

John Giorno, Debbie Harry, Scott Kilgour and Johnny Reinhold
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Artist Biography

Debbie Harry is an American icon, actress, musician, art collector, and all-around extraordinary being. John Giorno is a poet and performance artist, known as the subject of Andy Warhol's 1963 film Sleep and the founder of the not-for-profit Giorno Poetry Systems. Johnny Reinhold is an active diamond dealer and jewelry and jewelry designer. Scott Kilgour, a Scottish-born artist, arrived in New York in the early 1980s.

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Retail value: Priceless
Starting bid: $300


You and a guest join John Giorno, Debbie Harry (of Blondie), Scott Kilgour, and Johnny Reinhold for tea and biscuits in William S. Burroughs’ former apartment. Scott Kilgour will introduce you and a guest to these longtime New Yorkers, each of whom experienced Andy Warhol’s Factory before NYC became a clean and gentrified city. John Giorno, star of Andy Warhol’s Sleep, lives in and acts as the steward for Burroughs’ Bowery apartment, a piece of living history. Burroughs’ apartment, which he referred to as “The Bunker,” was left as-is, and contains an array of art objects, keepsakes, and other memorabilia.

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